Source: dan raphael
Recipe added: 07/08/00
Not sure if this is the right category. this is a lager for northwest microbrew drinkers. i thin its approaching the blance of lager crispness, malt a little complex, and enough hops to notice. the name is coz i live i oregon and favor the saving of old growth timber. so you cna sya someting positve about an unemployed lager.
Recipe type: Extract
Batch Size: 6 gal
Starting Gravity: .048
Finishing Gravity: .014
Time in Boil: 1 hr
Primary Fermentation: 5 weeks
- 7# extra light malt syrup, 1#lt dry malt, 1#corn sugar
- 1/2# crystal, 1/4# Special B
- 1 oz cascade, 1.5 oz willamette boil (13.1 hbu)
- .5 oz willamette flavor, 1 oz cascade aroma
- wyeat americn lager yeast
crack grains, boil for 3 minutes, let sit for 10 bfore straining. add malt, sugar and hops, bring to boil.
After 45 minutes add flabor hops. at 1 hr add aroma hops, turn off het &let sit 5 minutes.
strain and sparge, ad eyast when cool enough.
let sit at ale temps for first week, then get it into the basement and colder
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